Another link bait piece from a decidedly anti-Apple website that specializes in sensational nonsense, but somebody forgot to do the math. Liam Tung:
Apple is expected to sell “fewer than 14 million” iPhone X handsets in the first quarter of 2018, or less than half the 29 million Apple is estimated to have sold in the previous quarter
Apple always sells fewer iPhones in Q1 than it just did in Q4 (holiday season). These are just guesstimates, of course, but last year Apple sold over 78-million iPhones in Q4, then followed that with barely 50-million in Q1. iPhone X estimates are about 30-percent of all iPhone sales worldwide, so do the math– 14-million in Q1 times three.